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Sentence Correction: Parts of Speech - Noun/Adjective vs. Verb+ing

1. Verb+ing can sometimes serve as a noun replacement.

2. Verb+ing can sometimes serve as an adjective replacement.

Which of the above sentences is correct?

Correct!

Sentence 1 is indeed correct, but so is sentence 2. Verb+ing can serve as an adjective replacement.

Examples:
an interesting book
an exciting movie
an amazing experience

Therefore, the correct answer is Both sentences 1 and 2.

Sentence 2 is indeed correct, but so is sentence 1. Verb+ing can serve as an noun replacement.

Examples:
The meeting went well.
What is the meaning of life?

Therefore, the correct answer is Both sentences 1 and 2.

Sentence 1 is correct: Verb+ing can serve as an noun replacement.

Examples:
The meeting went well.
What is the meaning of life?

Sentence 2 is also correct: verb+ing can serve as an adjective replacement.

Examples:
an interesting book
an exciting movie
an amazing experience

Therefore, the correct answer is Both sentences 1 and 2.

Sentence 1 only
Sentence 2 only
Both sentences 1 and 2
Neither sentence 1 not 2

I don't know